Tech lending hubs: Hubbub and Virgin Media O2 team up to tackle tablet e-waste

Cecilia Keating
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lectronic waste from throwaway gadgets poses major problems for the enviornment | Credit: iStock
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lectronic waste from throwaway gadgets poses major problems for the enviornment | Credit: iStock

New fund aims to make tablets and free mobile data available to groups that support people in temporary accommodation

Virgin Media O2 has teamed up with environmental charity Hubbub to support the creation of new tech lending hubs that will distribute refurbished tablet computers to people living in temporary accommodation....

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